Jet2 has announced that it will be extending its suspension of flights and holidays until June 23. The holiday firm said that it would automatically refund affected customers and then get in touch regarding booking their getaway for later in the year.
The news comes after Grant Shapps said that Brits would be able to book holidays for the summer, but didn't confirm whether foreign travel could restart from May 17 as it's hoped.
Steve Heapy, the CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said in a statement that the company is "extremely disappointed at the lack of clarity and detail" in the Global Travel Taskforce’s framework.
He added: "After several weeks exploring how to restart international travel, with substantial assistance and input from theRead more on mirror.co.uk